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Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience


Mark D'Esposito, MD, Editor-in-Chief

Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience investigates brain–behavior interaction and promotes lively interchange among the mind sciences. Contributions address both descriptions of function and underlying brain events and reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the field, covering developments in neuroscience, neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, neurobiology, linguistics, computer science, and philosophy. JOCN is an online-only publication and is published by the MIT Press and the Cognitive Neuroscience Institute.

Table of Contents

Vol. 23, Issue 11 - November 2011


Implicit and Explicit Mechanisms of Word Learning in a Narrative Context: An Event-related Potential Study
pp. 3181-3196
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Is It a Baby? Perceived Age Affects Brain Processing of Faces Differently in Women and Men
pp. 3197-3208
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Overlapping Parietal Activity in Memory and Perception: Evidence for the Attention to Memory Model
pp. 3209-3217
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Inflexibly Focused under Stress: Acute Psychosocial Stress Increases Shielding of Action Goals at the Expense of Reduced Cognitive Flexibility with Increasing Time Lag to the Stressor
pp. 3218-3227
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Word Learning in 6-Month-Olds: Fast Encoding–Weak Retention
pp. 3228-3240
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Perceptual and Conceptual Priming of Environmental Sounds
pp. 3241-3253
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Using Complement Coercion to Understand the Neural Basis of Semantic Composition: Evidence from an fMRI Study
pp. 3254-3266
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Multiple Processes Underlying Dimensional Change Card Sort Performance: A Developmental Electrophysiological Investigation
pp. 3267-3279
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Putting a Name to a Face: The Role of Name Labels in the Formation of Face Memories
pp. 3280-3293
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The Neural Correlates of Inhibiting Pursuit to Smoothly Moving Targets
pp. 3294-3303
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Anatomical Properties of the Arcuate Fasciculus Predict Phonological and Reading Skills in Children
pp. 3304-3317
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Orienting Attention in Time Activates Left Intraparietal Sulcus for Both Perceptual and Motor Task Goals
pp. 3318-3330
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Behavioral and Electrophysiological Evidence for Early and Automatic Detection of Phonological Equivalence in Variable Speech Inputs
pp. 3331-3342
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Modulation of the Fusiform Face Area following Minimal Exposure to Motivationally Relevant Faces: Evidence of In-group Enhancement (Not Out-group Disregard)
pp. 3343-3354
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Comparison of Primate Prefrontal and Premotor Cortex Neuronal Activity during Visual Categorization
pp. 3355-3365
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Evidence for Early Morphological Decomposition: Combining Masked Priming with Magnetoencephalography
pp. 3366-3379
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Activation of Inhibition: Diminishing Impulsive Behavior by Direct Current Stimulation over the Inferior Frontal Gyrus
pp. 3380-3387
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Inhibition-related Activation in the Right Inferior Frontal Gyrus in the Absence of Inhibitory Cues
pp. 3388-3399
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Eye Can See What You Want: Posterior Intraparietal Sulcus Encodes the Object of an Actor's Gaze
pp. 3400-3409
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Electrophysiological Evidence for Biased Competition in V1 for Fear Expressions
pp. 3410-3418
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Reward Reduces Conflict by Enhancing Attentional Control and Biasing Visual Cortical Processing
pp. 3419-3432
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Face Processing Changes in Normal Aging Revealed by fMRI Adaptation
pp. 3433-3447
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The Neural Sociometer: Brain Mechanisms Underlying State Self-esteem
pp. 3448-3455
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Involvement of the Primary Motor Cortex in Controlling Movements Executed with the Ipsilateral Hand Differs between Left- and Right-handers
pp. 3456-3469
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Choosing Our Words: Retrieval and Selection Processes Recruit Shared Neural Substrates in Left Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex
pp. 3470-3482
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The Brain Network for Deductive Reasoning: A Quantitative Meta-analysis of 28 Neuroimaging Studies
pp. 3483-3497
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Updating Existing Emotional Memories Involves the Frontopolar/Orbito-frontal Cortex in Ways that Acquiring New Emotional Memories Does Not
pp. 3498-3514
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Enhanced Multisensory Integration and Motor Reactivation after Active Motor Learning of Audiovisual Associations
pp. 3515-3528
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Functional Connectivity Separates Switching Operations in the Posterior Lateral Frontal Cortex
pp. 3529-3539
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Memory-based Decision-making with Heuristics: Evidence for a Controlled Activation of Memory Representations
pp. 3540-3554
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Phrase Length Matters: The Interplay between Implicit Prosody and Syntax in Korean “Garden Path” Sentences
pp. 3555-3575
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Dopamine and the Management of Attentional Resources: Genetic Markers of Striatal D2 Dopamine Predict Individual Differences in the Attentional Blink
pp. 3576-3585
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The Influence of Context on Hemispheric Recruitment during Metaphor Processing
pp. 3586-3597
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From an Executive Network to Executive Control: A Computational Model of the n-back Task
pp. 3598-3619
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Dissociating Neural Correlates of Action Monitoring and Metacognition of Agency
pp. 3620-3636
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The Effects of Attention on Age-related Relational Memory Deficits: fMRI Evidence from a Novel Attentional Manipulation
pp. 3637-3656
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Mine and Me: Exploring the Neural Basis of Object Ownership
pp. 3657-3668
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The Neural Basis of Parallel Saccade Programming: An fMRI Study
pp. 3669-3680
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Serotonin Transporter Genotype Modulates Subgenual Response to Fearful Faces Using an Incidental Task
pp. 3681-3693
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Neural Basis of Linearization in Speech Production
pp. 3694-3702
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